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  • Cravens Craving

    Finally got to try a Cravens Craving , it was delicious! Rooted the cutting last year and now I have a 3 branch 5 foot tall tree, very vigorous with fruit on every node !
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    Southern California Zone 10a - In ground Cravens Craving, Black Madeira, Martinenca Rimada, Col de Dame Mutante, Galicia Negra. Potted Col de Dame Gris, White Madeira and Bordissot Negra Rimada.

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    That looks soooo good, thanks for the pictures they are great
    SW TN 7B Wish list: Boysenberry Blush, Coll de Dama Mutante, Madeira Island Black, Cravens Craving, Malibu Greek and Fico Giallo. Any fig I can grow and Happy Days

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    • #3
      Looks great, cannot wait mine to have some fruit. Possibly next year. Looks like it will be a keeper.
      Istvan - Southern California - Zone 10b
      Wishlist: CdD Mutante, GM 175, Bordissot Negra Rimada

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      • #4
        Looks great 👍
        MJ
        Chicago Zone 5
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        • #5
          Those look great! I haven't ripened any CC yet but I've picked several BMkk and Preto so far this year. I'm hoping to try all three side by side by the end of the season. Does your CC grow more vertically or horizontally? Mine tends to grow rather horizontally and my BM more vertically. Both are quite vigorous with CC being more productive for me.
          WL: A Covid free world.

          Eastvale, Ca Zone 10a

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          • Danny85
            Danny85 commented
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            My CC is growing very vertical so far

        • #6
          I have two from Padsfan, Both grow vertically but what seems to set it apart from many other fig plants is that every node has a leaf shoot. So from inches above the soil all the way to the top terminal bud is leaves!! It is a strong grower and roots very easily. I should be tasting my first CC along side my first Preto !! Thanks for making my mouth water!!

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          • #7
            this years fruit! 2nd year tree in ground from a rooted cutting and now 6 ft high multi branch tree is loaded at every node with figs like this !!

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            Southern California Zone 10a - In ground Cravens Craving, Black Madeira, Martinenca Rimada, Col de Dame Mutante, Galicia Negra. Potted Col de Dame Gris, White Madeira and Bordissot Negra Rimada.

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            • #8
              Looks delicious! Craven's craving is on my wishlist for sure!
              Socal Zone 10a. One little panache, hopefully many more.

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              • #9
                I’m happy to see such vigorous growth on these young trees! The vigor is what really stands out to me with Craven’s Craving, which turns into more figs to eat each year!

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